Pritchard, 21, has impressed while on loan with the Bees and looks as though he could have a bright future with Spurs should boss Mauricio Pochettino place the same faith in him as he has done several other young stars this season.
And his current manager feels he is 'nailed on' for top-flight football, believing he is more than good enough to make a positive impact within the Tottenham senior squad.
“Technically he’s outstanding. For me, Pritch is nailed on Premier League," the Brentford boss told reporters.
“I’d never be disrespectful enough to speak about what Spurs should do or could do with him. But in my opinion - and I’m a Spurs fan, by the way - I think he is more than good enough to go and positively impact their playing squad.”
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As Opta stats show, Pritchard compares very favourably with Tottenham's current midfielders when it comes to several key areas.
The 21-year-old averages more assists per game than any Spurs midfielder/winger bar three, while only being outscored this term by Nacer Chadli and Christian Eriksen.
Pritchard also fares well in terms of the amount of touches he takes per game and final-third passes he completes, while his tally of chances created per game compares very well indeed with those at his parent club.
The Brentford loanee has been dealing with a different level, of course, in the Championship - but Harry Kane has shown that quality will shine through regardless of surroundings if the talent is truly there.